|Sarah Gordon 25August2011 Yiddish Book Center - Yiddish Book Center (Allie)|
Sarah Gordon is the lead singer of rock Yiddish band Yiddish Princess. Daughter of renowned Yiddish singer Adrienne Cooper, she grew up steeped in the Yiddish world of New York City. Sarah has performed and recorded with many of today's leading Klezmer bands, and also writes original Yiddish poetry. Sarah begins her interview detailing her family’s history. She explains that all four of her grandparents lived in Chicago, which was where her parents met, though her mother grew up near Berkley, ...
Keywords: Family history and stories re. ancestors; Childhood; Jewish Identity; Yiddish language (feelings of/about; meaning; descriptions of); Yiddish revival and activism; Scholarship; Israel; United States; Music; Jewish community (descriptions of place and social dynamics in a particular time); children/grandchildren of (Yiddish personalities); Yiddish learning; Career and Professional Life; Transmission (intergenerational; cultural; social... parenting); Post-vernacular uses of Yiddish; Bina Veinreich; Klezmer; Yiddish Princess; Jacob Glatstein; Itzik Manger; Adrienne Cooper; Yiddish Princess; KlezKamp; KlezKanada; YIVO; Yiddish Book Center; National Yiddish Book Center; Wexler Oral History Project; nybc; ybc; Yiddish; Jewish culture
|Henry Sapoznik 20March2012 Yiddish Book Center - Yiddish Book Center (Lily)|
Henry Sapoznik was interviewed by Christa Whitney on March 20, 2012 at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. To learn more about the Wexler Oral History Project, visit: http://www.yiddishbookcenter.org/tell-your-story To cite this interview: Henry Sapoznik Oral History Interview, interviewed by Christa Whitney, Yiddish Book Center's Wexler Oral History Project, Madison, WI, March 20, 2012. Video recording, http://archive.org/details/HenrySapoznik20march2012YiddishBookCenter ( [date accessed] )
Keywords: Yiddish Book Center; National Yiddish Book Center; Wexler Oral History Project; nybc; ybc; Yiddish; Jewish culture; Advice; Family history; stories about ancestors; Childhood; Jewish Identity; Yiddish revival and activism; Coming back to Yiddish; Post-vernacular uses of Yiddish; Music; Ethnography; Career and Professional Life; Scholarship; Academia; Education; Eastern Europe; United States; Politics and political movements; Transmission; Roots/heritage; Jewish community; Klezmer; Yiddish Book Center; Crown Heights; Brooklyn; New York City; NYC; Henry Sapoznik; Mt. Aier North Carolina; Madison; Wisconsin; Washington Square; Greenwich Village; Adrienne Cooper; Diva Abramovitch; Sarah Gordon; YIVO; Klez Kamp; 1960s; 1970s; 1980s; 1990s
|Michael Winograd 25August2011 Yiddish Book Center - Yiddish Book Center (Allie)|
Michael Winograd was interviewed by Pauline Katz on August 25, 2011 at KlezKanada. Michael begins his interview by briefly describing his family as half Russian and half Polish. Michael explains that his family wanted to become American, and when they arrived in the United States in the late nineteenth century they did not speak very much about their life in Europe. It wasn’t until Michael’s paternal great uncle moved to Brooklyn that he received a number of photographs that represented a fa...
Keywords: Michael Winograd; Yiddish Book Center; National Yiddish Book Center; Wexler Oral History Project; nybc; ybc; Yiddish; Jewish culture; Family history and stories re. ancestors; United States; Eastern Europe; Childhood; Jewish Identity; Yiddish language (feelings of/about; meaning; descriptions of); Music; Poetry; Career and Professional Life; Education; Western Europe; Yiddish revival and activism; Long Island; Camp Ramah; Mickey Katz; Irving Fields; Adrienne cooper; Daniel Kahn; Socalled; KlezKamp; Jenny Romaine; Sid Beckerman; Michael Winograd Trio; Patrick Farrell; Benjy Fox-Rosen; New England Conservatory; Hankus Netsky; KlezKanada; Matt Darriau; Klezmatics; Merlin Shepherd; Budowitz; Brooklyn; Yiddish Princess; Sarah Gordon; heavy metal